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From FWRH: New Video for “The Dog from Tula” by Uli Lenz

“The dog is the story, and Tula is the place…”

The latest mix of jazz piano & poetry with original piano composition composed and performed by Uli Lenz. It’s a live recording from Uli’s latest solo album “Dance Manana”, recorded and available from HGBS Studios. The poem is a collaboration with Native American writer/poet Red Haircrow. The video was created through Flying with Red Haircrow Productions.

Photo of Mr. Lenz with titling “Uli Lenz” was taken by Anja I. Schnapka. Other photos of Mr. Lenz were taken by Red Haircrow.

Photos of Tula, Russia from Wikimedia Commons used under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license. Attributions to Alexxx1979, A. Savin, XBM, and Celest.ru.

Mid-May: Red Haircrow poem in Red Rising Magazine Issue #3

red-rising-magazine-web-logoRed Rising is a nonprofit Indigenous magazine from Winnipeg, MB. “Issue #3 “Land and Water” coming May 13th features new pieces from Christi Belcourt, Red Haircrow, Tabitha Martens & more.”

“Red Rising Magazine will have a launch party featuring Winona LaDuke at the Circle of Life Thunderbird House at 715 Main Street from 6:00 to 9:00. The event will be featuring special guest Winona LaDuke, celebrated Anishinaabekweg warrior who spoke the immortal words: “Someone needs to explain to me why wanting clean drinking water makes you an activist, and why proposing to destroy water with chemical warfare doesn’t make a corporation a terrorist.”

Entry is $5, which also gets you a copy of the new magazine. The event will feature readings from contributors to Issue #3.

With this issue we wanted to create a space for writers to share their perspectives on land and water from their respective territories to reflect the historical, contemporary and future realities, and to get people to think critically about the environments we live in.

SPEAKERS INCLUDE:
– Winona LaDuke
– Tabitha Martens
– Angelina McLeod
– Audrey Logan
– Craig Settee
– Faith Charity

This event will be preceded by an event for the youth on Wednesday May 11th: an arts workshop teaching creative writing, poetry, drawing, screenprinting and songwriting. This will be at the Magnus Eliason Recreation Center (430 Langside Street) from 6:00pm to 9:00pm facilitated by Tasha Spillett, Lenard Sumner, Jasmine Anderson, Justin L’Arrivee and Charlie Fettah.
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